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I will be wandering in Europe and flying back to Chicago on a one way ticket. I will adjust my trip to end up in the city I fly home from. I don't care if it's Paris or Berlin or Barcelona or any other city. Looking for a good deal.

Any hints on how to search for this kind of information without checking every city individually? Kinda like a googleflights display but for originations instead of destination.

marked as duplicate by Flimzy, Mark Mayo air-travel Sep 28 '15 at 22:40

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  • Nope. One ways are ... special. – chx Sep 28 '15 at 22:10
  • @chx: I'm not sure what you're saying "nope" to. It's certainly possible to do the exact type of search the OP is asking about, and answers to the question I linked as a duplicate tell how. – Flimzy Sep 28 '15 at 22:39
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I am changing this answer to collect airlines / flights which charge point-to-point transatlantic. Ie. traditional airlines typically will be as expensive or even cheaper to fly return. But, say, Norwegian and Air Transat will charge you X for A-B, Y to fly B-A and X+Y to fly A-B-A and so there's a good chance that the one way will be cheaper.

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